AKADi Ghanaians Abroad

AKADI Ghanaians Abroad: Meet our Ghanaian Abroad – Emmanuel Gamor – who moved to South Africa and is in the research phase of a program looking at the African Continental Free Trade Agreement and opportunities for scaling local inventions and equitable digital transformation.

Ghanaians Abroad is part of an AKADi series to find at least one Ghanaian in each of the 195 UN-recognised countries across the globe.

So far, Ghanaians in Vietnam, the UK, the USA, China – and now South Africa have got in touch.

The AKADi Magazine is inspired by the meaning ‘source of light’ in the Ghanaian language Ewe.
This publication aims to shine a light on the transformative actions and inspiring experiences of ordinary individuals doing extraordinary things. The content is designed to illuminate, inform, and inspire.

AKADi is quarterly and explores language endangerment and its impact on Ghanaian diaspora communities; featured entrepreneur stories in tech and business, and examined various aspects of mental health and the challenges of diagnosis and treatment.

E. A. Gamor is a consummate professional with over a decade experience in youth engagement; digital & managerial innovation; entrepreneurship and leadership education. He volunteers as a Rotary Paul Harris Fellow & philanthropist with the Rotary Club of Accra-Ring Road Central & Rotary Club of Johannesburg.